Gift Guides for the Crafty People in Your Life!

Midwest Craft Con surveyed their members and have some great suggestions! Here's their list: https://midwestcraftcon.com Sew Mama Sew has a slew of gift guides! Not only for sewers and stitchers, but also for kids, cactus lovers and cooks and foodies! Find them all...

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New Book: ECO Jewelry Handbook by Christine Dhein

Brynmorgan Press announces the publication of a book that the jewelry world really needs, written by the perfect person to write it. Christine has been blogging at GreenJewelryNews.com since 2008 and was a speaker at the 2017 Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference,...

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Review: A Big Important Art Book (Now with Women)

A Big Important Art Book (Now with Women) by Danielle Krysa Profiles of Unstoppable Female Artists -- and Projects to Help You Become One Like me, the author had the experience in a college art history class of looking through her textbook and wondering, "where are...

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History of Hair Jewelry on Dressed Podcast

If you've hungered for more on the history of jewelry, you'll be thrilled with this 2 part podcast episode series by Dressed, a show on the history of fashion. The show hosts are both fashion historians and while I have never been accused of being fashionable and I...

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We have a shiny new Privacy Policy!

Because I don't have a traditional email list for this site, I can't send you another of the emails that you're likely getting 10s or 100s of this week!  I can only write this post to tell you that we have a new, European Union, GDPR-compliant privacy policy, that you...

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How are Celtic Torcs Made?

Here's a terrific blog post from UK jeweler and blogger Poppy Porter, who makes music inspired pieces. In this passionate post she shares photos and what she's learned about how torcs were made and worn. When I go to a museum, I always want more information on how...

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